Welcome to the Island!
A little about me:
I am a self-proclaimed foodie and have enjoyed cooking and baking since I was little. I loved baking cookies with my mother and grandma as a child, and later making dinners for my parents one night a week while in high school. I grew up in Southern California and went to college to study Business.
After graduating from college I worked for a large financial firm as a productivity manager. Being in the management systems field has helped me examine processes, streamline tasks and live an intentional life. My mantra has always been that life is not just about rushing through tasks, it’s about making the most of your time and striving to live a balanced and meaningful life.
I married my college sweetheart and a few years later our family grew. I started Organized Island as a place to help others make the most of their time. It is here that I share my love for cooking with my recipes, organizing hacks and travel tips and a few other passions.
About Organized Island:
Now more than ever, I feel we all are looking to be efficient and intentional in the use of our time. Organized Island strives to provide inspiration, resources, and recipe ideas to help others make the most of their time. Islanders know they can come to our site for:
Quick recipe ideas
Easy Entertaining Ideas
Travel Planning Tips
Organized Island has over 80,000 social media followers and over 2000 Bloglovin’ and email subscribers.
The recipes I share are never complicated. Look for time-saving tips on recipes with the image below for ways to save even more time in the kitchen.
I believe that we are happier and lead less stressful lives when we are organized, effective and intentional. In my dream world, I live on an “organized island”. That’s where my tagline “Staying organized on my island of life” comes from. I enjoy all of your comments and shout-outs, and appreciate you being here.
You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest! Send me a shout out and let me know you found me. Or better yet, become an Islander and receive my weekly newsletter. I share tidbits from my daily life, recipe ideas and tips to help you make the most of your time.